Posts Tagged ‘ teeth ’

Sleeping With Your Mouth Open Is Bad For Your Teeth

There are many things that dentists claim are bad for your teeth, but who knew sleeping with your mouth open is one of them? Dentists claim that sleeping with your mouth open is as bad for your teeth as drinking a fizzy drink right before bed and could cause tooth decay and other problems. Read… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 10 2016

What Does Soda Do To Children’s Teeth?

Soda is not good for teeth but many people ignore the dental and health risks and continue to drink it.  Soda can ruin teeth especially in children but yet many parents still allow them to consume it. The effects of soda may not always be obvious or soon, but overtime it can cause decay and… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 28 2016

Are Your Habits Hurting Your Teeth?

There are many things you can do on a regular basis that can help you protect your teeth and prevent tooth decay. There are also many thing you do that could harm your teeth. Could your bad habits be causing your tooth decay? There are many things you do every day that could be hurting… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 28 2016

Can Teeth Be Multiplied?

Researchers are always looking for a way to regrow teeth and so far it hasn’t been accomplished. A recent study however, shows that teeth can be multiplied. The research as so far only be conducted on mice but the tests may new move to other animals and maybe someday even humans. “We wondered,” says the… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 21 2015

British Teeth Are No Worse Than American Teeth

It has been a longtime stereotype that British people do not care for their teeth or have dental care that compares to that of Americans. A recent study proves that this is nothing more than a stereotype and that British teeth are not worse than American teeth. Read the full article here.

  • Posted on: Dec 18 2015

What Your Teeth Say About You

Your dentist can tell a lot about your lifestyle just by looking at your teeth. Sure, he can tell if you brush regularly, but also if you are stressed, what kind of job you have, what you like to eat and even where you live. Certain habits are made clear when a dentist checks your… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 17 2015

Could Your Teeth Be Causing You To Snore?

Snoring can be an annoying problem and can even disrupt sleep and relationships. If you have a snoring problem or have been told you have one by a spouse, you may be wondering what is causing it. Your dentist may be able to help you get to the root of the problem. In fact, a… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 11 2015

Preparing Your Child To Have A Tooth Pulled

If you child has severe dental problems or a dentist has to make room for teeth to come in or be adjusted with braces, your child may need to have one or several teeth removed. The dentist will only pull a child’s tooth if necessary and although it is a common procedure. it can be… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 30 2015

Can You Really Afford To Neglect Your Teeth?

Many people complain that they can’t afford the dentist or don’t have time to go, but can you really afford not to? If you neglect your teeth they are much more likely to decay and you are more likely to experience dental problems. This means a need for more expensive dental work. Your dentist can… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 27 2015

Protecting Your Teeth During The Holiday

The holidays are here and that means you are going to be faced with the decision to dive into those yummy treat around your home or office or stare at them all day and wish you could eat them. Many people are concerned about eating holiday foods and treats and gaining weight, but a bigger… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 19 2015